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[from ll.t AlU < aitforuia Juljr 13 ] J
Ovr accounts fiom the mining district* exhibit a
most unsatiefactory and r1 .rmttij: ^ute of the popti- ,
Ittr ferliu<! exis-timr, purtu il.irly in tli?* southern dis- ,
tiuts Our t< !eir1'"I',|it''? ii<'a''r tlx spot than (
onmlvea, htn it ufi- the outr.ii."-* v> hich buvc been |
of so freqmut occamnee lately to foreigners,
mostly Chili no! tod Mexicans, and mi cau^e,
tive ihe oppret*iv?atM of the miner's ta\ W*^ <
have always regarded that mca arc of the L ,8' j
luture bunJent-ome, extensive and nndu'y o , *e9. |
ive, while hc have and d.o recognise thr fjAt 0f
the principle And we Vlieve Una viev j,^s beeu
taken ui.d ?;xprei|?eri by the press of California
very generally. ^he agenU tor coll'ctiou of
1 11 '^uud it uioperai\>t an<i l> 1 uaable
10 cvtiwt ,i niiiuy ui umvfj, the lorn^a nuuers
jirif-rtii' g to abandon Ov diii^ini-s rather than pay
it Ve can tecogniM* th^ Mubtxiru and iudi/(>;uticr.t
spirit ncquin d even by Rn inert,servile :in<l ititioleht
people U|M)?> Amerleun mil, which neciniugly
inculcates a stum ot reni?eiice in anythiug savoiing
cl < | ,?ii b: Ion in the biea^ta of all who
tre .d it, rl . ; t,iup i.h ii werr tlieir v^ry n uure.
The |<>!ic), i?-veithelei- , inducing th?* adoption
?>l this c<'Ur.-e ft reii?tiuii;?-, n rither eice(>- !
Won . hie and e ;iiali> fooh-h. liven the til, ou- i
?-r? u- as tt ii., y term, leaves the iud tatrious i
uuer u I pio.'it a hove hi* e\|? n ,e unletd the
nvrr. ce j i.-Ul h .- t I :I Jjri r?ly ex iterated, whici ,
we do Lit hi'avr. The ttor'hirs*, idle vagv
bond who ?\|*et > to work but a -null portion of
Li*> linw, und d even what he dnejeamat
the vhu-l<y Maidmd ilie inoiite table, m ty feel
sore ihfat h? i.- coiupellid 10 wink a little harder;
but we cjni.i t r 'iiceive how in*n who can mike
t*n, sort nioii- frequently twenty times us much !
l? r day a.-- the* could trom whence they c.tme, j
should j-r< ft r to abandon their employment arid
iii.>kt* nothing If the view of our col nijioraries |
is right, that tins law has induced mtuy of the !
lii/.itr i i.d niont worthless of the foreign j
mini re to tnWe to the road, and rob and murder, i
then ui.~ hii'h tune that every m in in the di*tin
ctrd < i-tiict* t-hould carry " Colt'* common
law" ai.d " Howie's practice" at his girdle, that he ,
cuii quote lb? >e unquestioned autftorities at a 1110- j
n.fir's iioticf Our Stockton cotemporarjr heart
luinors ol iheoi^ani/.ition of a gdenlii hand; and
it tin hemp in itgaid to the tux is what it is
r< p . m i trd. r ii iriiae ih..ii i rol a'de that th?y are
wtll f uude.l. It fii'li is the case, the result will
l? .'?(Ii r ! it-, u.i ihf American feellDlf will be Fill
'd < i ili decree as to render the security of
Of r. i yi iTiiii* r~ vry doubtful The guerrillas
wrl he hiini' d to the death, mid perhaps many inli>
ii i t hi (t well r'i"i i ,-i d liien siilt'rr. The feeling
< : i i i. ' .1 :-t tlic liil. lis md Sonoriaos, of la^i
. t.viillfi- it mvi'iI wuh renewed strength, and
ilit i) .t Hi i f ? .n riiiiu'itiou then made be carried 1
< ut to itn I'lII" 11 eiti ill We tru.-t III it some of (he
I* ri*'U *(< ::< nt ili?- reo nl outrage* will bedetecud,
tut! made of th? ni; and that a mo-e
qi.itt ui 1 11 act 11>> feeling iiMy be brought about,
(from th? Stockton Journal )
A n i;-' tininin j ,-i te of thing* fjish in a jmrti.
ii ol ihe Soutiirrii lumen. Around Sonorn scarcely
it nielli) < s without n murder, nod when the
riunrr i? nrt * to lux repoee, he knows not tmt that
ih* morrow V tun will find him the victim of the
ft?*ti*Hn't kmle. It i- thought, th.it Willi in the two
lu*t v i kf, iw enty nun have hen murdered in
Ihnt ni^Miorluod.
V t arc conit>elled to listen to tales ol' murder
bnd <1 crime, hi w hich humanity nhudders and
the painful Uihk ih enjoined oa uh, of dwelling on
il.c horrible picture, hiul |torira}ing its loathsome
Siik t- *f penned ih?' iilwive, a meeting of the
CMZtni' of Stockton has Iwen held, the object of
which wm to take into n.moderation the numerous
outriifru committed in the Southern iiiin-H, and to
drvitr measures which would put an end to the
precent Mate <1 things. The moeting, owing to
the ?-hortriess of the nalirr, wait not lirgely attended,
*iul it ndjournrd till Monday evening next.
A l oinroutee wns apiminted, which will report to
the meeting held at thai time.
Wt h'-pe the citizens will attend tn mant on
Mi B'U) ? vening, to adopt such measure# us the
uit'r.< V < t the ca?e demand*.
1 he Hansites are greatly on the increase throughcm
kin' whole Southern miniag regions. So great
is the terror of these villtans that wagons jMssing
between the imrieeand Stockton,go in cotn^anieaof
three Hiid four oi'? ther. We hope the community ,
around fonirawill take efficient measures to give
security to th>- citizens, which can ouly be doue by
ex'i>pating iheae tobliers.
We leiuu tinit n li.ost intense excitement prevails
at honara. Four Mexicans were arrested nuder j
I lie following circumstances:?
A Mexican boy en rue to a tent near Sonora, and
informed the owner that a tnurder had been caminttttd
at a l< ne tent, a few miles distant. The
sioiy was not credit'd, and next day a Mexican
Came and told the same story, up< n which a party
I n.en went to the place, anil found four Mexicans
beap<ngwood and brush on the tent, in which
wi re iwo bodies |ariially consumed?a white man
ard a negro The M xicans Hated that the bodies
lis it become offensive, and according to the custom
f their country, they were burning them. They
were arretted, aril taken to Honora; and while
the) were in the rottft-room, various rumors havirg
In en circulated, a Urge crowd thronged the
meets mil detertuiispd to swing thein up to the
flr?t tree Juitgr Muivin, with some difficulty,
prevailed o? the excited populaCC t* give them a
Itinl. end twelve men were selected as a iurv.
Th?- jury <te< idfd ihut th>'y could not proreed with
th?- cum- Without tlie tmtimony of the i<ertH>us who
tia<t given Ihr information in regard to the bodies,
and the | pnH' TJ were ordered to be remanded to
JmiI to HW?it furth r rrinl The crowd rraiated thin
drrmion. ard drternnned that the trial Hhould proceed:
the jifctfie It ft the bench, protesting a^uiKt
thtir rotrte, Miid ? aother i*-r*ou ?4i elected judge
vrti tint , w ho refused to Mt id the Court House,
but r>**-d to pre?i?te id the woods, and to the
wood* ih?*y went. H?re the trial wa? very uroiniir^v
c?'iiclu<i?'d. the men were found guilty, nnd
n?- ?.l thf-m ?m alrei.ty twinging, when a g>*utlewan
K'd?- u{>, accompanied r>y thv Sheriff and
p<<?te, nnd the corou'r who had held an inq'ieat on
the N-di?s. The cfrnaer stated that the verdict of
his jary was. thai the deceaaed perwona had died
h> violf ticr, committed by pert-ona unknown, and
that the ap|?itraii<-e ?l the tvxlie* indicated that the
nmtHer hn.i en commuted at least ten days pieVIOII*
Thr gentlr-mnn entreated the people not to
be hasty. and commit an act which th<*y might
always regr<?t. He thought that person* more
liuiltv lhaii those under arreat would be feruled
out; und befged that the trial might be
!?>? n 10 jrno.j ccuriiintt to uw, and
Ibat the ?vid< rcr r>n both aldca of the question
be heard Hi* renmika produced aome im|>fr??1?
n oil the crrwd, and, taking of
ihr it urnentary lull, the ^hcntfami po*ae threw
?< < -e eround the r.rck* of the prieoncra, anil, eettids
..II at a fold them to ruo for their livca.
A few men were fUcd in the rrtr la keep off the
people, in ca?e tiry nttemptriflfo retake the pn?>n Tb.
hb<1 the j?t 11y eel ofl at fu'I aoeed, the prisoner*
in ihr \*n at th- I I length ul the lanai*. with which
th?y were held, ac<l ihe crowd following after, infuriated
al the pn>*i>ert of i he prisoners getting Iteyond
llieir reach. And our informant stafea that tl they
could have overtaken ihem, the gibbet would
P? ?.niy have brt-n-c?ll?d in requisition. Rut terror
ga\e * i?p* to il?e |>ti*o*e?*, and in the race for
life lb' y <bM?n> d tt ?ir pursuers; and were safelr
lodged w iail, when they new lie, closely guarded,
waiting their trial
Wr v t to learn that another foul attempt to
destrry iHe hue been | Titrated 10 0,,r ' edMt?
Vicinity ? > Wedw sd<y, on the rmd to th?
1 ?>ut>lc Sj?i./!, ?. near Im>- Calaveras Lunch House,
a yottng n:?ri wan fired at from the brushwood; Ihe
hull tkrou^'b hi* 4 at. It t? believed that the
eowaidlv w ?? lying in acnbueb for a well
known slew, r+per, bU Vl.i.lao. who w?i m kit
w ?y to Jttooltur. and w al the tune of the oc- |
can?rce, at the l.ut.rh Ht.UK
The eame nivh' Wr. K??6ert Collier, who occuf'?
? tain.Se tuf mi'es truwi Woods and Harrington.
w?* mhUd >( f t. 1*\ ia gold dm* It appears
the dust and car! ?,ere kept tn at/iink which Mood
a the 'Wr of the More ; purine tke night the
triak ?st- removed to about Soil yarda from the
h'<%,?, ant' there p.l! ?:ed Tb? robber Hid not take
the aifret ci'in, * 'itch was left <.n the atound, but
cc ninited bin<w If w nk ihe duft KrumiV natuie of
<! ? Mrruir-tancen c?.-?fc?et?d w?ih the f ive, it ia
I Ihnt the robb?ty bi? t een rnnnmle 1 by
ar i.,4w 'li. <1 intimately Bc^iiaint# d with tue pre.
. . u . , .. .1... . .1'. h. i. i .1 ..k _ ii l
U> Mr HJltfll'DMO (< thr oflrfcili r
t 0*v ? Km. J?A* I kUft/nU.
tl .? <r, . 'a# (> ?r, Julf ft, 1 V?
<??? < ft tm Man J r<iirt*?<> hrM txnfc
MMH iyMM hJ, mi<I I! !>< r?vrr<?!? rti Iff
ii v? 4?r <t*,' h ?>f intr ii?rfc*? Tb? kml laif
r ilw <otm:r wlokiw ia?t yr rti?o { (W r *4
f-Unti. if, mv (,* fl?r a*. '( n* arlv In, Ik' Mi?<i<>a
lMlofrr, ;hr-* nu ? Ki^u- a< or
I>f ?iUf rnri ICK ihif |nn ?i thf ?>.
< ?< ' * h' !? ?i *nc<- to ?4?-> p' jr?-, in mi*f J'bk 1 '
ik tillftn Th< k> <1k 4yh.*mu maee f??r ih#M- i?
??r? tr <Jtl? wfn b-.nnW hrfr kul ifcuinphnuH' tie
fc run. irtiff), in rsr rrui>tr\ tre ihr |h*aoni'ri*
rf *t?rtn*? f" 'ipllr *?.rteTntnorf. F.tun-ir* pl?. t
r>i tiUi- '???'?. V "rr. MMOoi-r high hill* nr
ni' ^iiihinc, ii' in tb* vicin4lf of thf?d
ir *M t > a:< r /""k' mil at or w<>t (> ?
to?rr> l fwilr* in if* f*r| .V ?f 'h?" Hi?(iirl *ro>;n i.
. hi h ral'ei* hit a; t4f ?h4 iihfhtr in cry pvt.
Puali rvk' I IOII tirf-^r. ?'" ? (" I'.i* *mHt m
tkat of r <ittat ( Hf?, in wku.'i" ,s ,n ' Afi?-r
i?intr *1 rff ?? rwlffra, n??"r ** *( " l<t
?? ?. iMIhrnl i .f htjr <?f *<" Frint|
(? hOm ortamty niilft fr? m th* M ?n?n I?olofr#,
%i<? r to IMI you'iwir l,np?'ri*r|*i6l>ies?
?*rirg ?vhin a k^,a an>rr ami more *h' lt?rrd from '
Ik* t^rrifi* ?^rtf? ?rr?. hli-t i>( >?n Fr^nciap*. j I
\*w hn|f aiiM n*?rrr ik? bar Fib* r^o>"k ', H"*w '
%*> if*nr. y. a r*a< k and |>un ih* oi l W "t '
Art: Martt I. Litr n<l r>?h^r m! nori foi**' trera
krgiii m a|f?-*r ?oH Ihirlira WiM n?t? arid .''*a j
u>i fnia* t?m tfct ptaia ?o4 ll*f? k
lata a of these ^^ve MthPf? 4 for man* a
l I'L'Ue
* 1 roce>- A a|,(Bgf the oata, gram and oaks beiotnmg
Me Jt<,r apj |1|ore luxmittut every mile you
i)?ke,u d|oand is on- most nititfnificent and
,ed |>?rk. interrupted here ar.d there by a
}" e fHrin, with every det-cripuon ft ih- nicest ve.
^ettblee e\erto tie found in out market?^otatoi-d,
ciun, beans, onioai, beets. Hqutahes, curuuir
b'-rt ur.d melon:'. Thus you amve at th? old Mistit
n of S'lita CU>?.
1 h? nee m Sun Jose, the route is by a delightful
a\Fnue of lofty willow*, planted by the c.ire of the
early futhere uloi g the a<jMe?l>ut wl?enc<? w.u irriKHtrc!
the extensine pott.ona of the plain cultivat ;d
by (heir novitiates.
Novtmriitt of Individual*.
Kx-Ocrrriior StmuD>>n ol Ohio. in loouted ia 8*a
liaoclti'o and it. engaged ia the practiuuuf tne law.
'flu' ! linking *iT? til* pHKKvn^frH in thu Ft?*'ii*hlp
Carolina, tioui Oregon. at Ban Vrauciseo on thn liti
(>(>? Ahernathy atiil lady; Ml<? Ann? Ab<?rnathy;
Mil White; Mill Whit*; Ml? Hull; Mr*. Holme*;
Hnjor W tievall. U. t) A.; A rt Miilxr. .tail *ervaat,
do ; llmnUeluiuu do ; 11 W We?*eln. dw : Captain*
0. IS. Loveil do; U P. Andrxwu. do ; H. M Hnilesk.
lln K II .1.. . II I ' . . Van It.,,., j
do. Mcl.nuv do.; Hatch. Jo, Lieut Humphrey. U.
8 N ; W m B 81ark aud rervunt; Ool. W. W Obapm?D;
8. Coffin; Oapt l."ti|;; W. Irving; B. JeMiuini{<;
It- 41' nde l.liall: A Jiickmm; Dr Tytou; A. II Wtlmn:
Col. B?U; R. P. Hailry; A I' Abfamn; 1'lekHtt,;
h. It?ar?, Uiwdu; (iuldolriu: Goldmuldt; Ifn. Ab.'i-i.atby,
K. Wait*. 1). Kiuiiuoiih: 11 Taylor; Hoiarojr;
Hackett; 8 U&ckctt; 1) Stewart; H. 0 Bucking
bum; A Cone; llnaam; T. ,1. Robiueon. W 13 Day;
Wbi. Hi|{hi-aw; 8am 1 Ruth; Hatu'l Irwin.
Cfliu llo!<lrra In California.
S7 AT I Ml: NT or TMK KTiTt, COVItTV, ANtl .11 It T ?.L
Samti. <U/\re. Party. SUiiry.
IVKt I! Ui-rnett, Governor. tlU.n O
John M< l>oi s?I. Lieut. Gu? rnor, " $32 jm-r day
H ?. Van Voorhies, foey. i f State, ' $7.(Ml
J< I.n8. onetoa. Comptroller, " d.tmi
K iebard K? titan. Treasurer. " y.lKHi
t J C. Kevin. Alt'ruey Uencr*l. whig 4.8W
( l>titi J. ? hilil|, ^urreur General, deia.
i Wiccleiltr. St?'? I'riuter " te?A
Ifn., |>ii II. scull, f tine Traunlator, " 8,two
F. 1'. hi Mer. State Amijer, " pr rant
> 1 i'i. rur rorr.r.
8. Cl iltca llaniuri, Chief Juttlie, d?tn. 10,1*10
lltnry <1 l_yor?, Aaiooiu ? Justice, " 1U.00
Sathtwiel CecLett, " " 111 UUO
E. li.'lharp, Clerk, " fee*
I IITk trr r<HBT?.
lit-O 8 Kilherby, Jud;e, deta, 7,SCO
Id-Herrv A ft lit, " ' *
."d-Jul n II Wat ma, - " "
4tli-Le> 1 Fa-eon'. " wkig "
Cf>-t ha?. it Cn mar, " dem. "
flth-Jas K Tlioinan, " " "
7th-t 1 bert llovl it e, " " "
H't-Wn. It Turner, " ?hi{ "
yth-W 8 Slier*! I'd, " dea>. "
UtDiv-T J. Gii' a. Major Gen-ral. dtm. ktiorwj
" 'i.lt. KaetlaadBnvadierGeutsral, "
' A V U ina, ' " "
2d Div.-J E. Bracket! M ijor General. "
" Ro> t. Heioi le, BngadierGenera!, "
? McDiuHld, " " "
3d W?.-I) I Di ni'ata Major General,' whig "
" J. K. Addieon, BriLadierUeneral. deta. "
D.F Haldwia, " whig "
4thDir-J H II'an, Major General, dem. "
" T. II Bowie, BrittadnrGeaeral, " "
" J.M.CiTarrabiae,
" " "
T. Ferl.ee. Adjntaat Geaeral, "
Jctei'h C. Morcbead, IJr. Mae. General, " "
cotntv or riAnneco.
1. OtHa. Party. Mmhir /.
Rod k N. MuttUna* Jodre, whig MOO
J?<>. E. Addiiout Clerk, i*?- ? *?.
8tni?n B. Mat;*, Attorney, *
J< I n C. llmyt, Sheriff.
J< hn A McClynn, Keeordor,
Jau.ia O'OtMJ, Deputy Keocrder,
Oe.. M Indi'ott, Treaeorer, Wkl?
H ulikin M kddy, bureeyor,
1.1 OkDuk) < r, l
V b.M II nun. JutiM of P?M?, u
ll?r?) Bm??i " .. ?
Wm V. bheretrJ, ' ?
Id. ktGuou. " .. ?
lttfM M. Ikaaaey. Aaieneor,
"Til.. ffitio Jndre of Frohala arxl Cocrt of 9omIo??.
t ti-i B.' i? Clark of Diatrift, ProkAlo and hMuu Comtt.
citt or iii riiMiirt.
Nam*,. <**?l Pmrty. * ]?'>
J?k* W. Geary, d??>- ? * *"?
Pi aat hn lillurd, Rorutder, ' H
Mai at hi rail' n, Martha 1.
limj. L. Berry, Comptroller,
Charier U. ?'ull. Treaanrer,
ThosaalJ Hol\ Attorney.
Dmci* MeCaiiky. f trt? Cuaain I
Wm M. Irwin, Collaotor, . ?
H L. Dod?e. Mature CUrk. "
Wm.Qrarne, Aldirnu, y kig
Duid Gilleapie, " ?
M..?eaO. Utaul M '
J' hn Middletoa "
Ckarlea Miitira, " ?W?
k organ L. Hott, .,m*
Alia A beloeer, *' ? ? i
t harWa V Mnart, " ?
J.hn h BiifUn. Clark. whig t
Ahi.a. lunol. Ami Alders*** " ,
W illiam khanom, **
I. T Wilaea. " wk* I
W?. Ca?ki??, " ? I
Joka P. Vaa Niaa. " Wktf ,
Aufnttna llnrria, "
I>r Wm. A CroT??. Clark. ? " i
K. B lUBiptCB, llNWI. " " I
J< l.n II Ciiana, " *??. *'
t I' HeDM't. " Wktf ** 1
Unit B.l'ifli. " *ew. " I
hainy lliiocr. " "I
lltlj. Millet, " " "
J<>ha F ?fafr. " mm
Juks (.*??*>, " " " 1
I rl Kill
>'. a rhi<f ti.trn
II. Marray, iMMitM Jlillt*, " T *?? 1
1 C R?nb. " 7JW I
U*>r< Jin a*. CUrk. fee*
Jtki Uirilti, l*e|uty 9btriff. Iwlll'l "
Jttt P. 1'eetra, '* *kl< " |
H P llirley, " d.?. "
Mi Fraaer, " "
M> *) ?, "
? II B Kf.tr, Kkarifra rlark,
?!>'una I' J baroi, elk K**d'a C"*rt. "
I klL' Uc Ktalium Dial Alton*;, whl<
1*? ?attaale* la this Hoird
The California Market.
(From tbe Newa. July 17 J
Plnee our reetew for I ho >(p>mrr we have ra?
Urial rhtut' to imtlce In the ia*rk< t with the eicepIn.
i' Bi ur which continue* to IMMt American
in hhl* h*a krn told at tU and a higher flrur* r?
fu??d lor another lot I'roviaion* generally Are fair at
ili iatli ti although the arrival* k>? boea h??y.
. r.rt adtirm Irnu the aoutbern alnn ar* mora
favotable a> J lead ca to look for a resumption of trade
Id that eeetion anon.
[Prom the Ban Praoelaeo Herald. July 17 ]
There are but few article! that haee eh taxed from the
rate* uuoted in oar la*l ateaarr paper The market
l.*< eiaihlted a Biedium activity and tbe proapeet I*
that th?re will aot be mrh variation In gooda lor
More lime with tbe eio< ptlon of th >?e which now
txer infill id prlrra Ki'ur i* omewhal higher. bolder*
are a?kiug $17 per aaek ol am lb* . In am?ll lota, hut
retail trader* buy sparingly and aeem determined ta
wait* turn ol the Hue Th.-re I* a Rreat diaparity In
the a> kind price of (ho different bolder* ol other
bra oil. m> much *o t hat|c<>ii?id> nag the (mail *al*a
made It la almoat impossible to come At a trua atat* of
the in At h et tor Inatanee while one bolder le Arm in
holding Oreron At >18 Ml Another I* selling the II?i?ll
brand perfectly aweet And equally A* g'**l for fl'J
Ct'lie i> ileclmitig and tli-ra i- a dleroallkia to aeil na i
thr part of tbr bolder* In ?ugar? !h?r? hu brrn bat
f. w ir?i,??<-tn n? >ii.I t( a howl th? rat?? of our praih>g>
qui lttlroi With on* rarrpllua. tbr bail
lr?t> In mall lot*, tad IbU *u a lot of Cklna. T?ry
hinl" and put up In d*oraM* parkafc of at?'UI
thlrtrm p< (tdt. thin will bring alaaj* a par
at.' *? .ar*?r |ar .in* fp-rm randlrr ??j k? <>i' ? ->1
at Ml r?l I |rr lb. IB uaual It* boiaa, la 12 lb botaa
tb.? *111 bring a I* e< ?? aritanrr I |
lM>.n>ripu pai>M tiik V ikR/rtua (>olb Ilni,i<
H -Ur h.i?? hrra ahjtan ixinir *rrjr tirtr rpecinirfia
of i/i Id orr?aunfrtoua ijuarti?from thr
huh? > ( Yu|?tt?, rrrrully diaco**rrd on thr
iiw i \urni.rv, i l>r?noh ,,( thr Orinoco, ahout 170
unit* from A1.p<?llira, or Ciudod Bolivar. Thr
flfnurmtir of r i re r-fling rirhnraa. and prorata*
wHI for ih?- nrw California Thr tidr of iwipuUtma
ta r*| tdly H? ? ii k !> harwiird. A Irtier ditrd at
( utria, from " Ll M mitrw." puhliaht .1 in I'mnana.
a*>r .?Ar M? ri ?a Ihr dirco?rry of thr am* '<f
I'p'.tM ? ro?d? kn * n, cofB|xnir? of ?d*r atufra
froo- lit# lown r>( Trioxiad aud from Ciud?d H<4i*ar
d? d !< thr gold rr*i?>na Sraor !> I?corta,
in fivr day*, gatbrrrd l?n handrwd oanrr?,
ani S? nor Jni rni'liUi onr hundrrd and Mty minca
is ihr** day a 1 >tr aovrrumrat at Vr?< /a?la la
who-* lamia ihr imota ?? , will hr rnaMrd to pi*
Ihr I.byioh drl I in our yrar Thr ?rw? h i? rrl
Ihr |? plr alnN?t hraolr th?*marl?ra. and t||r rgcitra
rat i* far grratrr than th*t pr.diir.-d K* ihr
riiaci vr r? of ihr plarrra of th? Cakforitiax "?
J'hi.'a. A #fA ifaimrM, SlM
r*rrrrt 1.4 f an> *0 tub I ? Wr
Iraia l.|? n 4*1 < d aull IIff, thai Mickirl l^fitaioliS
? HpaniMfd. who has f rr 11 living aniatig Ihr I'hrfoIndiana
oonn l?r|*a?r hflrrn ymra, and who
iTrn rD. i'"i K r ui<- i i tr* nn? 0
mi ih' 11 iin-, with ihr (' nntw lo ? m?<l oi|i? r wild ^
lr.^ ! ?, Ml j ?! trimii'ri fn m ?irv?- of In* trading ei- tl
r?.i nf ?li I Wll i'l HI J.llll* rniidr th- f?'l- ?
Hi?v i?utfRi<iii!-T)iil ?h?>iii MO milr? w??i.t of ?
I.itiW- ICi\r r. |ir f. II 111 with Pump ?f (' manrhe*, ?:
?itli v !? tn lit ti and luring In- <>j?urn among t|
b?tr, r?mir?i?-(i to niaTrrM1 with * wl?it? j,
tMWi'linVitMdti i>n?ourr, mi ?otrmi ?rri? 4 c
mi i*.l m e?|?ni. ?t.itr? tli.it in cMiwriMtii' n , i
?i'h lit- ??n*D. wh?> l>p ??v? it rr7 Itir, ud j,
firmly i |>i*trnftrr, kr l<-?inril th*i "b' M th? ^
Kct?r i f 1 u iit I < >? i r l<ov?lt, * ho cwnnvid'il *
tram win. It Mi Indqvwlfm ilx.ti three }nrl ,
? . f- ? l 'it in r .in ;v?rt jr
itb ?li jo: J *h-.t i! nlMckr l h? tli?> y
( i,t;iHi <1-?, i.ii |Jm| h?r broth r w?? h#HI? ri
?i iii H' , ? (>r^i'? r <>f thr mm wrrr kill' .), jj
fid rl r, With it ur.l*r of RMii, wrtr c?rrt*<l elf w
I ri?r n?fp ? ih*1 ]i?li?it* ?br ihtt h**T h'??( i?i,?t
uni i i t'll : *?i tetf vrll, Imt iIk <rtt> n
nnn*r>- v. t eitti , m;j fc??i? inmiy i?ln(niti>i ,n
i. if hit to ^ ht < (?!. ' st 'lo 'n, nn 1 ?iv?
IMI kwr m A?r (?nI rtin IMV" K***" krf y
mmiir; Ut il in'miw Ii w rf^ ir?t<'d O-pt- ^
n < lo i? ?n> ?l. i t > I prrWt co?irn?i?i-*>il
nrfj: thr liiituM. l.?t?iiiii>h>Miyi fcr r?rt ulr lliff |
hr I ind i f win n: 'Kin Imty i?. "pr?? ?iiv"r. iin.l th it | f j
it Um> C'*l 'ri|>, if h?- ? it tr?iih? hontafar ihntj.jr
oir, hr?ill mnrt l??r from th- wrrtch*ri nn<t ?
IIIM rmi.li- Iifr ihi i? How living ? I'll i I'm tn ( A- A )
Jttfj) 28 ^
T1t? I f nUil ?r? ?n IS# '
?M?h M?rt*lk*1bUUMUrp< *? ??rt? th.?f >*>
im within $ b ? ?? ?r I*
Onr Ctaagrea Covrrapojidenee.
Chacres, N. G.f a u0utt 3, ltftO.
"ax m? Amfriram- Steam Cavitation of thi
CliaRrrt Rivtr?Tht Ktvrr Route, 4rc.
Since my l.iat, very little of iaiereai has traneiredhere.
The American1- have,I believe,coacludd
to pay a part nf the tax 'm ?>?ed upon itieui by
he law which looL effect the firm of the present
ear. You ?un Judge of its enormity when 1 tell
ou thut hotels i.re taxtd fl,44<)per annum, be ides
two real# |ier mouth fur each iloor and winlow
in the houfcc. It th? route rhould change, it
* ill, ht l?- jwt, lie MUM MllltUtlH to thoic who
ri'ny mlii l tli<refiotrj, ili.it iIic n thvi f< of the rounIry
will be reduced to the ditiue degraded condition
ihey were in befoie the emigration. fhe j^uvernmeiit
of New (Jtauuda, actuated oy a miserable
jealouay, characteristic ol the t~>,?ini?lt race, of
American*, hen placed every po*-ible obstacle in
the way ol our people.
A /^reat deal has been said, pro mid con about
the NicalMgua it'ijte. The statements are ho contradictory,
even from men of character who have
travelled the route, that it i* very dilHcult to arrive
ut any coucIiimoii. My own opinion is?and 1 have
been diligent la my inquire - ?that aoui'* tune must
elHj m- beti r^ the mute will be travelled to uny ex.
tent, if it it> tiaveiJed at ail.
Many buppoae that because a steamboat has
been built lo run on the San Juan river, Qiat ahe
mutt riccebaurily a.-ceiul it. Tliia le quite a mistake.
1'lie failure of tlit- General lleinu uu<i i.aiaei iuva?
on this river, should satir-iy people that success
dies not invariubly follow eud< awir.
Shaking ol steamboats, M r Matthews, the rerideia
engineer of Law, iV' Co's lint-, is now engugeu
in rc|>.<irini! the boilers and machinery of the
Rafael Riva*,auu it is confidently exacted that she
will be able to get up to Ciorgoua. ."She has made
trips quite regularly to l'ulengllla, II miles below
that place. Ade.iiiaoii A: Co ,of New Orleans,have
brought a small steamboat they call the "JLirvey
Gleason," alter the Aim r.cui Consul of this place;
he is -tt) lee? Ions', i:; feet beam, 12 horse jmwi r.
Mie will have no tliificuliy, it is thought, in ascending
as fur as Gorgon;.. Bei-iiles these bo., ts,
two more are t>< ing built in New York, to say
nothing of the tmail bo.u fitted U|> New York
fashion, which have tiriv. n the execrable native
dug oi.ts alinoft entirely oti the liver
And in this connection 1 iinict not forget to men
tion a capital acquisition 'o our society here, Cdpt
Abraham Bancker, formerly your ship news collector.
lie his brought out a nu 111 tier of boats,
lilted tip in the most comfortable manner, and is
doing tin excellent business. His boat, with those
of Dr. Gould, our physician, and those of the Irving
House, term the larg< st and best line on the river.
Thinking it would amuse your readers, I give
you the numes of the different hotels here, premising,
hawever, that many of theni are hotels
only in nnme, being sadly deficient ir tlie requisites.
Irving House, Little lVlictu, North American
Hotel, Orleans House, New York Kxchauge H>>tel,
Howard House, Umpire City Hotel, Crescent
City Hotel, Falcon Hou^e, Astor House, l uit' d
States Hotel. Fierch Hotel. Washington Hotel.
Merchant*)' Hotel, and Union Hotel. Of these ihe
Irving House stands ltiimeasureablv in advance of
its comp* titors. it being large, well furnished, and
admirably managed by Miller, the jolliest Boniface
of the whole lsthmu?
The class of discuses here are intermittent fevers,
diarrlura. and dysentery?the two latter in their
milder forms. They are all susceptible of cure, and
are not, as many suppose, ot a malignant character,
us th * vi.mito, iVc. In a word, they are the same
as the diseases which prevail in our Western
country?and nothing more. Nine out of ten of
those who are sick, may asm be it to fright, rum,
or exposure, or a delectable combination of all
The British steamer Avon brought word from
Nicaragua that the Orus was hard aground on the
bar of the San Jinn river; but by discharging her
coal, it was expected that she would get over.
The British steamer Ecuador arrived a' Panama
on the 20th, from Valparaiso and the coast, with
Mine |l,400,000. Sh? has Uren bought by an
American, and put on the line to San Francisco.
The following are the names of the steamer*
now running between Panama and San Francisco-.
?Howland Jc AspinwallV-Tennessee, California:
Oregon, Panama, Carolina, and Unicorn. George
Law's? Isthmus, Republic, Colambus, and the Antelope,
which is expected on the 10th inst. John
Howard A' Son's?Sarah Sands, New Orleans,
Northerner, and th? English steamer Ecuador.
The Heiiutilic and Northerner sailed on the 27th
alt., and cleared Panuina ot the red and blue-shirtrd
gentry. There are fewer people an the Isthmus
low, than I have known since the emigration comnenced;
and these the California, which sails tolay,
will take. Passengers arriving on the Isthmns
n future, need not apprehend tne delay which
heretofore has caused so much inconvenience and
ufienng. The trouble haa been a scarcity of
teamera?new it is a scarcity of i>assengera. There
s now a regular weekly steam communication
with California, to say noihuigof the sail vesaela
which are daily departing for that place
i in- nawncin noiei, in l rucea, unner me malagrment
?f K. K. Folger nod A. B. Miller, is now
Inltmllai from Ttiu.
% MM l|M<
Krrm Ike H?w Oilcan* PirayuD*. il| 11 ]
Thf Urnnn Texun brings more account* of
Imliiio depredations On the afternoon of the 21>l
alt., |miiy ?.f fifteen or twenty Indians were urn
>n the I'iKolo, about twenty-live mile* from 8in
Antonio, on their way up, hiving a drove of horsra
lud mules in thrir |*>**ea*ioii < >n the snme meht
hey atol* mint my head of mules from the rmhoolMr
J S. McLellan, about n??htten miles
lietant fr< m that place J*<> mon aa information
? as received by < )rn Hrooke, a i-cout of tifteen or
wenty mrn were despatched, under the command
>f l.ieut Street, in pursuit.
The la?t mail Irotii Laredo brought a report from
Japt. Ford, of an attack made on hia cam,>, at 8 in
Antonio Yiejo, by about two hundred Indiana,
l.ieut lligtirrr'ilh repoit* tb.it ?n the morning of
ihe 2bth ult , he suddenly found himself surroundrd
by at leapt two hundred In lnn?, they having
ipproachrd within one huudr d nnd fifty yards of
he cainp, uud< r caver of the timber l>n account
?f the want of forage, the horses had been staked
>ut, about one hundred yaid> from the camp, ua<t
Itefore the men could ?ei to them, the Indiana had
rut ihem looae and were ukmir them oil They
erovMed two, however, and lulled two. One
Indian only w?s killed, *> far u? it w*a possible to
ittertaiu positively ; but Lieut. Mighi>iiiitli w?a of
he opinion ihat there were M-veral more, who were
:atrird <'11 by the lndi?n? None of the r-tugers
irrre ither killxl or wounded. Afi'r annoting
lirm for frw day*. thr In tun* wrnt h?low,
?h? o< r they wrrr followed hy <'?|-Uin Ford, with
ifiy men, who ?*v? he will follow iheir trail, lead
?her?-it ma*, until he i>veri?kr? ihem Lieut <3ol.
hlardet. wnb n fnrcr of three hui.dred and thirty
in n, in eleven ditfrrenl twidiea, i? now moving
mck and f? rth over th<- ran:|try in different dti?clooc,
above I.art do, and it n warrely ixMMihle tor
hear Indian* to <o u(- the country, wuho.it feeing
DterceMed by tome of theae hodie*
The Weateni Tram learna front the UHom4il
ider, thai the Indian* proce"<4ei|, froiu tlx camp of
>|A Kurd, to Dnvia'a ram ho. ?nd murknl a party
if men with a tram of molt-* loaded with Hilt
The ni? n racaprd, but th?- nml> wen t<ken A
rp?rt had been received at Ikma'a ranrlio, that
ill the |*o|'le at (lie Salt Ltke had fxrn killed,
*crpt our (lemma, Who wm in aearrh of water
-inir ibm they had attack* d a inrtr of twenty-five
nu-t?iic? r?, tr.ir the cortil- of L^?a IU-tn<-o, and
, l|. - > I) M .1 WOUadtd I
The H'ttirtn Tixan. apeakisp of Wild (' I. the
Vmiitole chirf, Myi:?UV l?*'n from reliable
uthrrity that thi* celebrated cliirf hi* removed,
rith an or aevn hundred of hia K't'*. to th?
ither fide of the liio (iraodr, a boat forty or fifty
lira ab?ve l'aj.i> l'af? and there farmed a Coiny
Whilr th> tram r?>r Kl I'aao w Cixarnaod
it I.** Morn a, they were alarm d hy a ?rolm?-l
uthiPK in mid lnformii-i' Major .*Vrague, who w?i
a a nilli?D<t, that Ihrlr w? re Indiaua id thr Virility.
About the aam?- tin# a wUitr waa diolu>rd
hy about arventy Indiana, aixl up >11 rinmi
iati.ui it wna found to be Wild Cat. with aevrnty of
i'? warrior*, who ?-,id h" " wani"! to ti. k " with
h? commanding ofli< r < f tto It la
hia M "lor fprafue, who i? an old nc-i'iHintaace
f Wild, Oat, baviny, (he la*t time they met,
nork> d i fl tba ciainr 1a which be waa t* hr lakert
r> Arkat raj from Florida, w? nt out to wr who il
rt?an<l what hr Mautrd. Afonyhi'aup.w^ d, Wild
:*n?v naMlanwtkM II- mf niii< ( M-i >r
prairur tint ? wi?h?-. to p<> i" h.m'r I'aaa, ?n t
i* Mfjor #av# hun n paaa. Oslb^ nrnv.il th?rr,
e inM ih<- ri mmawliiitf i ff rrr t&M h? wi-hrd to
0 ? trr in ib*- oih?r fi<y i-f ihc r.*'f. aed s^hI*
x ir *?iih lii* tnh*. Thr . #TU-?-r f '">? <I to git?
Mil D ; n<'twithM?iuiuiif *kich . hr rro?a*d
v( r, and im <.ii af.rr jriun I n<l 'lui li?
nil l^'fn oTfr and Mft MeiiMii cHhmiliM,
nr< get p^rnni" ?>n fn ui Ihrni r?m? "?f an i
file uii n | .ft' of land fifty mil*-* K <t(l?
kff, <-n ff'n?litu?n thu h* would protart iSr M*n?i
from llir I mtmecIh which hf ?cr< - d f?' do.
r hw H'irf l*rn ?in tht otl.?r aid* of ihe rt "r.
itk lh?* * hoi* of hta lnl>r. and i? tf xj i?arraf?.'*I
< ill Tliontua Ma?on, of ill- 31 infantry, whiK'
1 iiif w *y ft i'm Ml Pa?o l? f^w-orro, ? itrownnf
hn ni** Hi|'l 1o ?? hi llir Cm i .r.n i UnL
aaoo waa rmur f.| \ n:,i 11, n nc|>h*w ot l"hn
. Maarn. of thai flair. f-rrorrly **rr?t^ry ofti*
aty. Hp wm I'to- miaing . nuns; Olficef.
Krc?<- hfrmicinii i? Ai ? ???- A Ml?r ftotn
>???r.l I1MI AlaUat. nnd*r J?l? I tb? Jin ln?t .
?. Par iRlHW ar? anilar gv?t riellm at *1 ar?
at fr**i aa att- Biat*<1 la>nrr??Mnn *m aytharla*** I
fflra atwal fi>nrt*>a mil** *l?taat w i??rn
I pmwiI BMll?|i kin b*an krll ial I Hat ?h r*
>ra fvrai fnr lo ?f?a haa<lr?4 la att>T'taara W* 1
* liaf.) j t? Irarn farther. that th* la?<l*r> ha** *> i
k< a i ? w va? i 410 ?U-J i-a iiy w?..id4-4 aol ?* I
1*4 t? 4 t
f ar Maryland CotmpundtiiM.
c'amkku/oe, Md , Augoit 18,1800.
Tht Rrform Quttiton?Senator Ptarct and tkt
Cumpromiu?Tht Tcu-n?Tht Crops, trc. tft, E
Ab??ti thi? time the people are ia high state of
eicitciiifcnt about the political uilav* of the State
Thie has always l>een one of the strongest whig
liolditf the State, but the question of reform baa
bo detracted that party, that their success id very
doubtful at the approaching election. The democrats
have been very shrewd, and have taken upon
their ticket several of the most prominent whigs in U
the county, which cannot fail to operate very much
against the party with which they have heretofore
acted. The whigs, as a party, are opposed to a
general reform in the constitution. They favor the
election of county clerk and registers by the people,
but utterly reprobate the election of the judi. ol
ciary. The course of Senator Peurce with regard to E
fhp I m t f* ( \tmi it ami i u*? K^fnrf (Iip SL>nulti nwt H/irh ft
general disupi robution, end, notwithstanding tic ol
present democratic Governor would appoint one of |?
bit) own part> to supply the vauuev, lb* |>eople, t.|
without regard to i?<trty, talk strongly of deintnding ,
hie resignation. The j>aniea on this shore are con- 1
Kervative and uppoae ultraisiu ol every chiriCter. hi
though their preferenees are all for the South, and hi
Ihet-iiUbe of the South. Mr. Fenree ia a native of (t,
the Eastern shore, and has been a man in whom
the |iro|ile have heretofore placed implicit couh- "
deuce, but now should his name conn up for re- c<
election, it id very doubtful ti he could olitaiu a sin- 0|
j;|e vote from hiB own section of the Stale.
The wheat crop, just hurveated, in v?ry poor indeed
; it is emulated that not more than a h ilfcrop ai
has been made, in consequence of the ru?t and fly. b
1 lie coru crop is in excellent coudition, and should j
it uot be cut oH by drouglit, a very large yield tfill
be had. Fruit ia a bund utt, and of fine quality.
This section of the Suie of Mxry laud ia at tlua ti
time full of interest The to>vu m a inch J am so- M
journing is the mobt beautiful ou the Eastern snore,
and thei-* is a spirit of improvement t > an extent 1
i.ever before known. It is situated on the Chap- ti
.auk rivi r.hbout tweuty miles from the Chesapeake, v
in a beautiful valley, surrounded by a highly calti%
a led eountry, und the tinners are ra<'h trying to
excel his neighbor in.the production of those articles
ei lumen to the soil. The (ileasaiit location of the tl
town renders it a gr at pi tee of resort, and thou- ft
Midi of person* visit it weekly, Anns Bdluwm
city ii|?oii excursions of pleasure There ar two al
< ict iuin in.ii is. run uir I'unnu imihin^o, excep' a I"
new i) urket, which htm jurt been erected, are of it 0|
v?rj ordinary character. Thsre in a bmutiful pirk .?
in ?' central location, in which is a spring of wawr
i i fficit ni to mi) j ly the whole town. There are 'c
now lour church*-*, the l're.-by terians hiving jimi n:
erected one. There is no interior trade, for the ^
beutfit of Cambridge, from ll??* fact thit numerous
rivers are courcing through the country, which
r< uder the markr; easily accessible to every sec- In
lion, without the necessity of bringing their prouce
to thisplacc for shipment.
Baltimore, Aug. 20, 1850 ol
l'Jitiral Exclttmcnt?ArrwaU? Fnhtm% Put- ti
men, ire. '
A portion of the democrats of the Fifteenth ward, Cl
dissatisfied with the nomination of J. May-bury b
Turner for Mayor, met last night and formed a pro- j*
cetsion. Th?re was about five hundred persons in *
all, ti e greater portion, however, actuited only by o!
a desire to see the fun. There were two mounted ^
marshals and a batd of music in the crowd; and
abont midway of the procession, was carried a c<
large transparency, having painted on one side a ?'
Janus fuce, with the words " Tom Lloyd, alias *
Benj. Arnold." On the other side was painted a Vi
sorrel horse, with the words " Tom Lloyd, the e]
track's brske." On reaching Mr. Lloyd's hotel,
corner of Pratt and Charles streets, the band " laid c,
thf mselved out" on the dead march, whilst the te
persons in the line made (he neighborhood resound re
with groans, histes, and other noises of like cha- A
ractrr. Fortunately for the peace of the city, no pt
inmate of Mr. Lloyd's hous?* oflered a word in re- m
ply. After groaning Mr. Lloyd, the nrocestion v?
moved to Federal 111II, and there, amid thumiersor cn
applause, burnt the trunxparsncy. Mr. Lloyd was th
a at lento to the late I>uiocratic Convention from j>a
[ an anti-Turner ward, kut voted, notwithstanding, iu
for that jierson, and the ahovu was the rather odd di
manner in which a portion of his constituents chose an
to ?pi ess their disapprobation of his course. bt
Tke hero of the hour, Tom Lloyd, yon may re- ci|
nirmurr, iifrurra i>rr\\j fiifnuvr ly aurmg in* pre- !o
lidency of John Tyler. He presented hi* Kxcellency
with a pair m Am Mml Imrw, *nd waa to
Siiiuna tapidly on the office of Naval Officer for hi
e port of Baltimore, wh*-n the letter wntfrsc?nte ai
out with description of the ?forea><id aorrel horae*, th
and *o transparent watthc affair, thit Turn retired di
from j<olitie*l life, aot being heard of since until he at
tumid dii in the lVmocrntic Mayoralty Conven- c<
tion. wi- believe he waa Naval Officer for at leaat T
?? month. e*
The Biemen ship Bremerh.iven, Capt. Sammt, at
arrived, veaterday, in 5t< dava (to the Capes), ha- U|
vmg on board cabin and 2-10 ateerage naaaengar*; n.
abo the ship Harvest, from New^iort, walea, wnh V
railroad iron to B A- O. 11. H Company The w
ll*r\est saw, July 12th, lat. 47 30, Ion .'it 5o, skip 8i
Moslem. of New York, Met-ring eaatward ae
The Mayor, having districted the W.itchrnan re
fire company, their president baa closed the doora w
of the engine house, and the com|>any will expe- pi
rience a vacation for a time, until, we hope, they C
learn to abatain froai fighting tr
Baltimork, August 21, 1HS0. t*
Sfkool Examination?Another Shifting Aft air? tn
Th* H'ealitr?Shrtwitwrj Camp? Thrtllmg
Stmt i. n
One hundred and aeventy-eight young ladies have Hi
been found worthy, at the late ei&minatioua of the
the moat advanced acholaraof the different district h.
schools, of promotion to the High School. ili
Two boy* had an altercation in one of the mar- ?>
keta, a few daya aince, when one of them wta ihot ^
by a piatol in the hand* of the wther. The pfcitol m
wa? loaded with gun aliot, and the entire load pit*- r>
ed into the aim of the boy, who, at the moment, '.0
bad raieed it tu protect hi* lace.
We have had moat disagreeable weather the "
li-t three days?loggy, dcinip, and cherries* ; and J"
at timea copioua shower* of rain. It haa wrll nigh
bii'ki n up the great Shrewsbury camp meeting *'
There were ?rt ^.1 MM) nrmotia rnraninrrf "
day, Mid prayer nnd exhortation me? ting* w-re
l? ui|I held in rich of the large euu.n t< me, with J-'
great r tie it. A large number of roB*?rt? htve
been g?thernd wuhui the pale of Meth<?ti?ia, aud
many more will be during the revival* which will
follow at all the churrhe* oo th? breaking u,i of
I he crnnp We Icaro from a friend who viaitad the
< ?nip, that men and women might he ohaerved in Cl<
the Mation or prayer tenia, I* inn on the earth f"
with all the rigidity of deaih, whilst their J'
counti DHbc< a were lit up with eruile*, cilm 01
M iene, hnd iojri.ua t 'thera inicht t? Been J"
wre?tli?g With theiraelvea, rolling about,
and calling ob tiod ia ni<>at piercing accent* fur cr
n<? rry; and above all rould be heard the deepbaaao
of the groas* aad wail* of the penitent* t >?viug
to the ram, all idle and pleasure aeeking peraons J"
had departed, and a aolemn atillnen* in all eicejw
tbe above mentioned place*, reigned throughout the ''
ramp. It wa* a day calculated to im .r-? rel?giou-ly,
the most ?ii|?-rlici it obaerrer. The aer- *
vice* at the camp will be brought to a claw tonu
now. ^
Oar riarlda Oarrtapaadta**, "
Post Aur?, K*?t Figure*,)
Augaar?, ltfSO. J Jj;
Tl* Army m Flnrxda, anJ iht Aowiinif Imtlutm* ih
I hive baen In thia country for the last t*a '
Bionthe, ob an ejpedition rent out by the gavera
*>?nt tB drive the Srminole trihe of Ir.diann from ir
bare t'p to thu titwa wa hava Mot idfanr>il * lit
vitigl* atep in ftirthantg ih>a object, though 2,(XU ^
trtH'i'* were wriil here, with General Twi^a *t )o
thfir head, to forre o?t tha aa??gea It fj.eira )ei
that thia idea h?? hern t?hmd?ne 1. aa at l<-i?t h-tlf an
the nirotxr of troopa hut* left wuhm the laat few de
motitha to other parta north <>f Florida, ami thr fn
traidne aipect to Iraae eaery d*jr. Thia pirt of ra
K lor da ia on the ?ery aerge of the nrttiem-nta, ha
abrn* 30 milea aouth of Tampa Kay, at the wrawn Mi
of Gulf of M'lico aide of ih' penineiil*. The wi
coimtiy ia a liftht ?atflr aoil, enaered with |>iae f->r no
at leMn ttw or J*?> milea over the country, with m
M>n>e re?lHf?. cytreaa, anH lira oik. the m'*f tail- n ?
able production of the country 1 h?- aettlementa N
are ?er* ai?ra* Th?* rai?e roiton, tah.vro, > ig.,r, ilu
Ifl an rare, tire, aoflra, and fruit* in profnai-.n iv
1 (?? pent' are if ?or?nt, and, I n ialit ftd<f. cow- Mi
*tdly, fti ?\ th? if a?.>w. d fear of the Indiana. The ih>
cl'fiiafr ^eoniiful for about ni??- mon'htofth* eat
jea?-t the mher ihree ia all rain, >in I i? coti?i.lfr*d rh
airily. Ague and rhill? are theorinci|Ml'!i-<etaea. ?<
J C B,Co I), lat Arti ller/. tin
' a< thik Harrir ia r<i?anaaa. pr Tenia tarn hn
?."J.1'* Hm.i'or fMe ) ffliff, of the Ifkh mat , r'>n- iei
tnrria 'he fo lofting Hurtling newa. which Will he
atr.inge newt id Washington '"Th?re wa?a p?*nf
,1 nimo' eaeninv. to the after! that a tela- mti
trnjil.ic iW^trh had Wn wired at Aair?*'fl, fra
turn Waelii. t'* n. that lion iloraaa Mian ht.J im
hern th? t ahi1' m?k?ng a epeech i n tha floor of ,n
the llonae ; and ' ? ? Mr llihhard, of New INmp W<
thire, immediately wtoed feaolrer and allot tha till
aaaatbat. We do ha," th?fc tha r*mo; r?t?iWd to ,n
thr ligbtrft rrrdit " kf
cm m
Ac. Ac. Ac.
Our London Correspondence.
London, August 9, 1850.
viividuals and Nations?The United States?Our
Position and our Progress?American Foreign
Policy? Rrou%liam and li'ebster?The Portuguese
Question?The Cities of the Italtic, of Piedmont
and Turkey, 4*<V <frcThat
uma alone is truly great, who is eapalde
f iiuikinK sacrifices of the present to the future.
,ver since the down who slew the golden goose,
ie tcrube have shown an utter inability to put
11 iheir derire for immediate gratification. No day
Hires over our heads that we do not see other
owiisaviucupable of forgiving injuries, as Kcop'g
f foregoing the temptation of money. But to
nd a man who rises at once above avarice and
atrid into the region of justice towards all,
nipered wiih mercy for the feehle, is not often
le lot of mortals. And yet, it is precisely this
>ntrol of the passion*, which forms the criterion
r virtue. It is that great quality of self-denial,
liicb sei>arates the wibe and good from the stupid
ud insignificant. The ii-iiiii* remarks are applieale
to nations, ami in the same manner are they to
e distinguished lor prai?e or blame. M-*an*'bs or
lagnanimity becomes the type ol dul'-rent ociers,
se of inidvidual men. Of course,the v.tst mi>riiy
of both succumb to the supposed infirmities
f nature, which are oftener the fruits <?f iducaou;
but the few remain to teach the ljasons of
irtue by example.
The Uotted States have hitherto deserved the elated
rank of a wise and just people. Tli^y hive
>e prayers of all reformers that they may not
irfeit that r..nk. Hut th< y must show therrw-lves
[firm itively on the ?t ige of the world.is th? chtmons
of their political principles,and especially avoid
ppressingthe we jk.w!. ithey ure bound to restrain
le strong. It is im|Mmi>ible for the United States
i dwell any longer apart from Euro,>e, or to p-rut
Europe to withdraw frum her. The intercourse
etween the hemispheres is already immense, but
is constantly increasing, and every hour proves
ow much Amtrica hasto^ain by its coutinu ince.
In the days of Washington, even the great Sectary
of the Treasury, and the greater Secretary
f State, did Lot dream of the physical and scienfic
changes which have brought France and
ngland nearer to Washington than was the mouth
I the Ohio. Far less had these statesmen a conrpiion
of that sublime discovery which has anniilattd
time "by giving lightning to letters and
tters to lightning." They hid not the hope of
le growth in strength, wealth und population,
Inch in 1800 has already made the United States
F America the tirst political power, as well as the
rtt commercial nation in the world. If they had
uticipated the material union of the most distant
atione, and the immediate ascendancy of the
unfederation, they would have taken a bolder potinn
in tH* #* vlernu 1 r?+luhnnti rtf |K? tkan n?ur >*>,!
eak State. Instead of shnuking from foreign eonct,
they would have courted il, and instead of adding
that their countrymen should keep their
pes on the ground, they would have bade them
irvey with hope and confidence, the whole
jnzon. Of the unspeakable benefits they have
interred on their defendants, it waa not one to
ach them that they had U|*>n their head* the
sponsibility of universal freedom for mankind,
ad they did not teach, only because it was im>**ible
lo anticipate the distant future, that the
lakion of emancipation was Amencan. If their
'nerated lives and austere virtues could have been
ntinutd to the middle of the nineteenth century,
ey would have led on their countrymen lo the
cific conquest of the earth, as they led them to
dependence. And that conquest will be imrneu,
if not pacific; it will be, too, by American
d and count el, without great losses or sorrows;
it u|M>n a firm and heroic assertion of free prin[>leb
in Europe, wherever the oppressor seta h a
What tha course of nature prevented Washingn
from doing, General Taylor partly executed bV
s political approach to Hungary, and Switzerland,
id Turkey. Ilia high and hoaeat heart received
e itnpulae from witfun and without. Ha felt the
ity of tendering to the oppressed his sympathy,
id to the menaced. Ins moral auppoit. lie died
intenled, " having endeavored to do hia duty."
he preaent Secretary of Stale ia hia actual auca?or,
aid will, by all intelligent men, be held
countable for the coatinnancr of the government
x>n ita onward march abroad, as well as, and
ore than, at hom>-. What il also important, Mr
debater c annot hoj-e'to wear the title as well aa
it Id the power of the President of the United
Lutes, in any other manner than by a most pervering
and energetic foreign |>olicy. If he should
lax in the footstep ot Ot neral Ta) lor, the maaies
ill treat him worse than Masrachusetta. lie will
u-s away like his gigantic prtdeccsaor, John C.
ilhoun, after having governed the country, it ia
ur, inji uiwhj-k id int untile 01 iinoiner solution*
lavety t|ut?dou? may l?e multiplied without numr,
.Hi.i *ithout or with effect, -11 i it is a MMf
if ly mi.*11 affair. The Union will always stand,
liether they ara adopted or rej-cted, and the peor
will aosa have loigotten all the cabinets and
imgn wrnrD. who wrrr the only rral pirtieata
if controversy. The snveiei^u |>eoplr have got
r bejond their representatives, the liiiwl recently
i ctt d, lor even the lust of these retrograde*, as
on aa he la aratrd in hia place, and has caught
lai otln lal squint which n> worse than opthalmia,
r total loss uf an i ye The people of the United
latea feel, in their heart*, th'- love <if their fellow
i?-n who are dying tu rnmlal atul yet caaelena
nigglrg with tyrant*. Anlonth'ir li|?s already
?e* ilie cry?" Resistance to tyrant* ia obedience
i God," (ili.it ptoclamution which ia aa old aa
rtkrsoo, and th?- oppressed of 1776); nud anoth-r
7, " Assistance to the martyrs of K irope," ia but
other form of the aamt obedience. It will alw?y*
- a question how and to what extent that aasistice
hall lie atlorded; hut that it must be *ub?ntiMlly
offered ia undeotuble. And it will
> impossible tor any nun to think of the
hief Magistracy berealter, ?t the hands ?f
(? < pie, liiil. se> he < ,rn. ? tii tr standard.
The selection of Mr. Carey to edit the organ,
y indicate that the new aifministratioa expect*
n.ake the tanil the rallying cry of the wht/t.
I that ii folly. The rally i* to be on the effirut
foreign i-olicy of the government; and the
ibiuet which misplaces itself on the tar ill, will
ive the teversioii of a verv frw o( the ardent and
mteiettfd advocate* of Mr. City; but the nreJential
office itself will p i? over the heaa of
>neral Cans into the hands of some real d<*mf> l.
It will he the good fortune of the Kuronean queaxi
to hnd parties disorgam.ed, and to k^ep them
>t only diM>rgMiiized, but for a time literally extct,
until the face of the world ani all ita i*la>i>*
sre entirely changed. Mr Webster has had
< banre to be tir?t hi the held | and he i* more
firm of )>arpo?e than broa>> * his abilitiea if he do
it keep the lead. He ia only to make a step forard,
to he nearer than ever to the presidency;
id that is to fh. In nil I nland, that rmintrv
hose aulhontv seema to heiumh hi? lineal faeul.
a and her|- hi* trry *|<trit en?Ut?"il f^h#" it rtrr
i>ui Hd dictating to him, ??rn wh'n ahe mo?t
ykcta nod innulta lad>'H, ii i* not rnt>roh?bl*
hi hr will Dixkr advance* lo Hron^htm, on htf
n**l, thoouh cut by bun in Lon<J?n ?h?i 4i*-an
nuni?tt-r. 1 had Inlrly to drf. n I Mr Wrhir
a|*i?at tlna ibuifr* of wrtiliiy, fr>' ?i a counuodrr
ctinoii* < irccrr.M*nr' ? Whu In*
i a||ointment w.? Iiik wii h?rr, I jintH a pt?o?
hi* immortal di>rtiuw to the children of
r? ll.itn|?hire, in Nor?inber |H|H. It ia aa f??l
? ?" And r nw |Ift u* lu our pirt:
I I.* nnderrtaad the pOMlK* ig which we atand
ih' rtrat ret ubiic of the irorl.i. Letnaronair
the nuaeioa not ihr diMmf which Providenca
inn ti> have dr>i|(ue4 for tta; an J let ua tahe
r> of oar o*d ri'hdurt, that wnh trrepcoarlMtde
im?. and with heart* Toid of nflrtirr, w? may
Id up, whenever antl wb?I**rr railed uimio, ami
th ii voice not to I* d;? regarded, a.it, tiil? ahall
llw don? ? at lenet, w.ihoi t oyr proteit " |Thre?
n? e three ch? era w? re railed f?-r hy Mr. Ahhot.
4 rrppond'd to heartily and iiiiaiiimoualy ]
aid that Mr W.liater'a w|,o!r apeecli pro*>-d
it h< waa rei.^y to fjr Nichola* to the ttrth,
n if l.ngland were on the beet term? with hi n
f frimd replied that 'vhen Mr. \Vel-?ter nude
t dinner eprerh, he thought Oi'land *w m
rne?t at the Ihtrdanellrf. He ad led that the
ildren of New II tni|"*hire and Mi;*- ichuaett*
mid hate l? i n ma !i I?m ifvrouS, if they h id
petted the tru? Mate of thinf*. I am quite an
tiny to give up Mr WeVi- r The triimph of
itaitbta i.od the p-y *tuity o# hi? fan e, do not
t uj>oi any lofical ?tlort he may hi*? a'tempt^d
the Sf rate, M]p;??eed hf irrjir'H'tit friend* to
r li.m the prowl name of ndrr of ihe conhim
n, ut it) on hi? teal in <>tfw r place* for fre*
le, *i?d for thr a*?eriion of Umr f'lnlmn- nt.il
iha lifting the condition of mankiad, e^p ciilly
l.'iroie. It haa hern out of the **?n?tj th<t Mr
> later'* niom.ni? m? are to hefti iml; and i .*
I, If hia acta ont of the N?>rv?te, that he in ,y be
?* to Ifftcrihe bim?'lf on Ilia liet of fv*-?idetil? If
ha>? k>r l? hto fortHec?lng h-e'cry af Ut?.
Wut- lu ot> ton's administration, of proposing Hamilton
t or a mtdciatatcaju.**, let itee woik itasit m ponthu
i.-i-uc, ai <l all pro(os-rt inutitions of the ideal fore
g'. ne. It wu lUaoiie love of Kngland that killed
tlx uscendancy of Hamilton, u it vu wise aver
cion to lit r iiettatinle a>ot<m winch nude Jefferson,
wli* could oaly think, (for he never s;*>ke not
wrcte h line for the uew^|.a|>er,) the civil chief ol
the revolution, and the father of the policy of hicountry.
The Portnguepe difficulty should be at once arranged
without threat* or war. It is now in th'
hands of Congress and the cabinet, and H in to bill
oped that tlu- grand confederacy will not stoon tc
baiter with cannon the feeblest aud moat dependent
of j>owers. Think of the United States measuring
aims wuh a state less *trong than Virginia, an !
that,Moo, when she asks to pay a part of the claim
under protest, but objects 10 the other that it i.^
atterly unfounded in law ani equity, besides beiu.st
i!e and enormous And uvie ih in that, when ft
is conceded that the Governor of Fayal had nu
meajiH of keeping oil ihe l.n'i^h? who are conreded
on all builds to l>e ubiinntely responsible?
if it In' true, as you nay, th <t *lie wa-t the aggressor,
ol w hich th< re senna no doubt. Congreas will probably
suggest an aimr :Mi> arrangement to Portugal
wulua her po*e |if fulhlm-nt) and tliatshouli!
be in ih? shape of peruii^sion lo construct at the
ial< n I of Madeira a depi. for your growing marine,
with a viewr to a line <>i K'eatner* liom Charleston
and Norfolk touching there. Another arrangement
should also be made for entering the harbor of
Lisbon. By such skilful proposition#, the passiontof
the moment may be ap|H-ased, and inoaey and '
anger foregone, in the ceix* of the 0|>ening of thi? 1
letter, for tne sake of a far better and substantial
result iSuch a convention with Portugal would
b? according to right a :d in the spirit of the age.
Why, it will do' be live years till the Mediterra-'
nean becomes an American bike, and all its steam t
era will be owned in the United States, as are
every one of the packet tln(K> now trading to hngland.
Elsewhere in Euioj*: ihe United States should
con flout the tyrant by showing herself the fast
friend of the fiee cities ol the Baltic, of Piedmont,
and of Turkey, and :-wii/.*ilaiid and Italy. She i::
tnipKuticHlly the < nlv | nwrr which can injure
their political existence Gen. Taylor took that J
i?-?(ouaibility. It id hi* title to itninwtah'y. He 1
t rat uttered the voice of encouragement from
America in the very healt- and feat of the unti<
uated despotisms of the continent. The tyrants
heurd it with al<rm; the :>eo|>le with joy. Whu??er
comes after Gen Taylor must conw up to hi-?
very rmphatic reprubitioa of o^if inlaw and tho
oppreMoru. Already the rnai-wes look for their dt-.
liverance from the old world to the new. 'Pti*
despotic conference.* h< 1.1 .it Warsaw, and ptopos#' i
at London by Knglatid and th- other partoers in
the Thieves' Alliance, to ihrust mankind back
again to night, know that they ure confronted by
the American |ieople. mid that the denouncer ot
the doings of Lay heck and Verona has been by?
Providence suddenly called to ?[ieak with their
authority, in the voice of their many races. The
friends and the enemies of mankind are in pre
sence, and there iu not uu inch of nentral ground.
Our Paris Correspond****.
Paris, August 8,1850.
The Simon of the National Assembly?Railway
Project ? Financial Iajui?The Budget?Encamymentof
Vervi illei? Pt erident't Ttmr?Anecdote?JZmeute?Frenrk
Fleet?The Monkt of St.
Bernard ? Guiznt ?Home ? Naptet? MidridUei
many ? Denmark and the Jh?cku??B?nk
rvptcyof Heut Land?Rutna?Peace Congrtu?
Thiert?Death of General Taylor, 4rc., frc.
In three days from date, our National Assembly
will have|finisked, for the session 1849-1860, one
of the most memorable semions ever behekl in
France for silliness and imbecility. Never haa an
example been given to Euroi*, and to the world at'
Urge, so poor and so shameful. Only look at the
Monitevr for the sitting of Monday last, and you
will see the details of the despicable conduct of Mr.
Miot, one of the mountaineers, and the " black
guard" language used by that individual with the
President and his colleagues at the Aaaembly. Ia
not that disgraceful for such a polite nation as
France 1 Well, fortunately, the prorogation of th*
National Assembly takes place in two daya; and I
hope, with all my reasonable countrymen, that(
whilst viaiting their departments, the members of
the Legislature will find some j>ay$ans dtt Da?ui>t. j
who will give them a lecture & la CitadU, anil
make them blush for all the bad behaviour which
they have exhibited since the first day of th?"r
entering the walls of the Houiw. Happy skin
be, if happier we arc not, by witnessing some oversowing
of any kind, to see these gentlemen returnng,
on the Uth of October next, wiser, cooler, an I
wittier, to resume their duty.
The project of law on the railway froo Orleans
to llordeaux, and from Tours to N totes, voted
yi kteiday by a mnj rity of 2f*< votes against 22<
One of the inctdeutr of that catting was the tur-.
moil occasioned by the speech of Mr. Schoelcher.l
in which he termed tite evt-nt* of the 21th of Febtuaty,
1H48, iht htJy RtvUutiun. This was certainly
the antipode of the " catastrophe" of Mr.
A credit for 60,000 francs, to cover the expense*
which will be oc< <. >i n' d by the Couocil *f Agriculture,
was kIjo Voted by the Assembly.
The vote reUtiv* to the aboluhment of the roar*
fortt (the obligation to acre|t J'?per in pluoe ot
moor)) of the bark bill* of the Haru/ut dt France,
Was votrd without any riilliculty.
To-day the National Assembly is busily engaged
in voting the tnttmUt of the Budget. If the vote U
known before the departure of the courier I will
?ntf it in x i?1?rtini
General de Uramtneat rrnde, yesterday. a pro
po?iticn, l?y wtin h he p-opo?e<1 to decide, by
nrgencv. to have the government and NiUonu'
AnfmMjr tranatirred to Vcranillm. Hia amend
ment waa written in the following word*:?"Accoiling
to the h. k Ii ? thirty-two uiiil m*t?-three
ot the constitution, the viuuiga of tike Nations'
A?ninbl\ and lh? reaidence oI the Preaident
of tli*- French r?|.i.til will lw eaubliahed at
Veraaillea on the lir-t of M<y, 1H6I." I do not
think it will tw .. -rr,." il \VrMillea ia, for mnny
ambuioua men, too tar fiom Pari*.
The new* I give ) 011 that the encampment at
Veranillre would n< t 'ik |>l ice, though it wot still
announced in the in-w-pH,?er?, waa nutirrned
teid.iy; and it w .o- i ?--in ve I y nl!.riii<d by the org in?
ot the government, that no ae^uel would be given
to that project. A credit of 12.M7,H|0 franca waa
demanded. Hut it w.m proved th it anch a large aun
of moiicy would uot >>e aulftcient to pay the naif of
the eipenae. Then f.Te the project waa withdrawn
by the minittry. and if our Pieaideat rrlied npon
the Camp df r-?itlf-< to try an attempt gain'
the constitution, he will be forced to invent another
plan. Thia w on't do
in order to had out what ia nahlir opinion about
him in the department*, our Preaident will leave
Pari- on Monday next, 12)h instant, on hia way to
Tonnerre, Ihjon, Cha'ooa, Macon, Lyona, Lowa-lcSaulMei,
iicaattion, lledfort, Colour, 5iraal>ourz.
(thecxy wh'-r* he made Ma Hib*t in France.)
nr. V .i. v. Ver l>m, Lttneville, and
th. ac to Paria. The journey waa otfkially announce:
'li i r- i: id h? I- r it. h pa,?ra; and r
und? i?t?nd ftofl a good lource, that order* hav.
been m ut to 'he prelect* and a>iS-|>refc?ta, to organize
e\ei) tiling to tee the President well-received,
ai>d to let him be under the im.ireawon th\:
rnihn?t.<am in genrral. IWp'cable fl iturera! Am
bit una met! whoee only motive ia egotiem.
1. I'Miirj I'-na, a I .rg? n eic w of ali the
treoia rer dux in thia city ar.d the hanJintt, waa
p'? ) < ' H b) tbr -Ufr. nl of lh?- I I bu It Wat
thovyht ptiiden' n<>t to hare It; and, in order t?
obtHiu tb>- f..>or o( th? ehiefa of th' anny, aeveral
larje dirtier pariiea, at which all the officera of the
r* nn i? it*' were invit-d, were given arthe Klyaee,
and will l e cont'aui d alter the return of the <>e?ideut,
winch will take place ou the 24th inatant
A vi tv run i a ki f-- lotr ia rrp ri< d all over Paha
relative to l/ouia N?i olei.n. It anpeani that an
n, III 11 1 r at < f lb- i''-|nrim?'Mt r.f I.a MoW-lle, frmn
Kiiche, near Parre^- leiittn* a, arrived fume tfaya ngr
fit m bia village, an<1 having entered the court
)aid bf the ri)?te, d- nianded Wltli TlH'h eagcram
u> i Main an tatrmew with the Pre*Mle^. Ha
waa at firat n fired; but after * mr atrng*'hav.ne
Urn irrtrnrfrttrd by cne >f tha nidad'
tb" i VI M 1111 - r ri llr in. , who hid
tcl.1 thti groti'man that he had r-vrlvti..n* to
n 1 '.I > ' v it intro<lne-d to tlin
pri a< n< r of the nt pbew of the Knperor. Mane
te|??rte are rr dr ali :t the conv< raatioo whicr?
ti i k | lice hetwrrn them, but nothing reliable ia
t" l?e In t i?iied, tot 'h* I -t wi>rd? utt. p d by tha
President, when he w a arcmn,*^ lag hia atranga
vlntr r to the dcor of In- rnrlor?'* Thank you, inf
at : I. I u -I iio I t Wn ,1 ) ...I I,.ld me
aik-urtd tiat jo'i, )i i r f.ienda t-n I reUMoaa, wil'
a " I' i , I I i , ri;. i r,.- iixmiiiiv' ?f
Ihla rir'cle hai MM )et 1 ten explained, for Ijoh"
N?t<*l? on haa rude the greateat aecrrt o# iha anbi"}
A rort of /ffim/r took pUee at M*r?eillea on tl?a
l?t a-ui.t. on th" i ccnaion of the fU|if?e*a?o? of
the Jliiar l cf Hral'h. The prrf?cture waa iava<i<*J
I i . i : . of tb - tbontiea w.?a
n>|ai'nd? rafw d !>y the ;?i;xilace. t ieaerald'Anairt,
who waa mi the rj'jt, uttered a few word* whi^h
< hr*rrd the in ib, nod the row commenced. When
the M?)i>r *rtiwd, he called npon the crowd to
-M wgml niran* u> fit rrmi ihr M?re*<a ??f tfcp city
Jl.'nrwa ?l.irli lit* rr*ch*-<f a* nia** tint ?!? *.
"mV T,rr Th<? ?U*r.? of Km life
*ui tc icuitUitd, kaJ cTfryiJtijif it aow q*rt it

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